Be a girl with a mind, a woman with attitude,
and a lady with class.
The Founder/President of Help Me Help Her
Defining moments are moments in time you never forget. September 11th, 2001 was a huge wake up call for me but not just me our entire country. 9/11 was the beginning of my personal safety journey and one that would take me down a path I never saw coming.
Fast forward to October 2007, another day I will never forget. Two men tried to kidnap my 10 year old daughter right out of my own front yard. We were incredibly lucky because she was able to get away. Next was April 2008. I received a 2 am phone call that a mother NEVER wants to receive. My oldest son (27 at the time) was the victim of a horrific and violent home invasion.
The stark reality of almost losing two of my children to evil people propelled me into action. I opened The Women's Shooting Academy and began educating and empowering women locally and nationwide. Over the next 10 years my business was very successful and I was blessed to train thousands of women.
April of 2017 I was home alone when I experienced my own home invasion and had to implement everything I had been teaching all those years. In May of 2017 I taught my last class and walked away truly thinking I was done. Walking away was a huge decision but one that I had to take for a variety of reasons. I will share why later in a video, it is an incredibly powerful testimony.
Today I am back and stronger than ever. I have big dreams and visions for Help Me Help Her. I am excited for YOU, you are not on this website by accident.
We are always better together.
"One woman can make a difference, many women can start a movement. Ladies, let's start a movement"-vk
Real Lives - Real Women - Real Transformation
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
When I take care of myself it empowers me to pass it on to everyone I know and love. I want to make a difference for my daughter and generations to come. My safety is my choice and my responsibility.
I am grateful for the education, knowledge and real life message. I am forever changed and forever thankful.
The smile on my face says it all. I am confident, I am strong and I am ready to take back my power. I will no longer live in fear but instead I will embrace the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to protect myself and my loved ones. I didn't know what I didn't know, but now I do. I encourage all women to step out of their comfort zone and rise to the challenge. You got this girl.